To the surprise of few, Bill Simmons’ site didn’t long survive his departure.
A massive defeat in Court for the National Football League.
The National Labor Relations Board refused to certify an effort by athletes at Northwestern University to unionize.
“Fiscal conservative” Scott Walker is handing Wisconsin taxpayers a $400 million bill for a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks.
Not surprisingly, Tom Brady’s appeal of his Deflategate suspension was not successful.
Kenny “The Snake” Stabler, legendary Alabama Crimson Tide and Oakland Raiders quarterback, has died of cancer at the age of 69.
A Federal Judge has uphold a Patent Office ruling revoking the Redskins Trademarks on the ground that they are “disparaging” toward Native Americans.
The winners of the Women’s World Cup will get paid far less than the men that played last year, but that’s not because of sexism.
The Federal Government is threatening to hold up plans for a new Redskins stadium unless the team changes its name.
Cardinals executives were doing a little more than just stealing signs, apparently.
This is perhaps the silliest idea ever.
FIFA’s President surprised everyone today by resigning, but he’s likely to stay in power for as long as another ten months.
Several of the top representatives of soccer’s governing body have been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in New York.
A five-time heavyweight champion has beaten a rich politician in a bizarre charity event.
The tributes to the troops you see during N.F.L. games were most likely bought and paid for with your tax dollars.
The N.F.L.’s league office is giving up its tax exempt status, but that means far less than the headline implies.
For those of us old enough to remember, February 22nd, 1980 marked one of the great moments in sports history.
The most tweeted Super Bowl ever, lit up like Christmas in one awesome map
A new Patriots cheating scandal, or much ado about nothing?
Not surprisingly, the F.C.C. has rejected a petition to ban the word “Redskins” from the airwaves.
Unlike Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson has lost his bid to have his suspension overturned.
Chris Rock wants us to remember that Bill Cosby isn’t the only celebrity accused of rape.
You’ve got your playoff College Football fans, as imperfect as it was inevitably going to be.
In a slap to the face of the N.F.L. and Commissioner Roger Goodell, an arbitrator has overturned the indefinite suspension that was imposed on former Ravens Running Back Ray Rice back in September.
Once again, a Federal Judge has barred New Jersey’s effort to legalize sports betting based on Federal law. it’s time for the Federal Government to get out of the way on this issue.
The B.C.S. was far from perfect, and the College Football Playoff system will be, at best, only slightly better.
Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie picked an odd issue on which to start his closing argument to Virginia voters.
Not surprisingly a Federal Judge has blocked New Jersey’s latest effort to legalize sports gaming. As a matter of policy, though, there’s no reason it shouldn’t be legal to place wagers on sporting events.
All of the major sports leagues are trying to stop New Jersey’s efforts to legalize sports gambling. They should not be allowed to succeed.
The N.F.L. and the British Government are both behind the idea of a franchise in London, but the idea doesn’t really make sense for the league, or the game.